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Manage Stress After Rehab

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Managing Stress After Rehab Successful recovery can be a demanding job. Add to it the pressures of daily life—work, family, relationships, finances—and the result can be considerable stress that may rob you of health and strength. No wonder the National Institute on Drug Abuse rates stress as the leading cause of relapse into drug or alcohol dependency. However, there are many productive ways to manage stress after rehab during any stage of your healing. Listen to Your Body During Recovery Your body will send you signals that it is in need […]
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Recognizing—and Confronting—Your Triggers

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Addiction Triggers and Self-Empowerment At Executive Recovery Center, we want to help you and your loved ones create a long-term recovery from substance abuse and addiction. This requires both an understanding of the issues that may potentially lead a recovering individual to relapse and the ability to recognize and confront your personal triggers. Are you interested in learning more about how you can learn to cope with your triggers, and empower yourself? What Are Triggers? Triggers are stimuli that can cause a recovering individual to experience a renewed craving for […]
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After Rehab: 6 Goals for Your First 6 Months

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After Rehab Be Careful About Setting Goals The months that follow rehab are some of the most intimidating times during recovery. Figuring out what you will do after rehab and how to live a sober life can be challenging at first. You have to be careful about setting goals. Goals are important: can help you to see the big picture and give you something to strive for. But poorly thought out goals that are too hard to achieve can also make you more likely to relapse. Distant goals and words […]
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